Off the Eaten Path

Exploring St. Louis, one meal at a time…

P’sghetti’s Pasta and Sandwiches

Okay, okay. Don’t laugh. Nevermind. You can laugh. At the name. P’sghetti’s? I know I did. I laughed hard. I compared it to Fazoli’s. But then I reminded myself that P’sghetti’s is NOT a chain, and it couldn’t possibly be as bad as Fazoli’s. And I walked in.

The place was, well…it was surprisingly nice. And clean. And welcoming! I pushed all of my previous judgments of the place aside and stared at the menu. I finally decided to go with the Mostaccioli Dinner, which, for the surprisingly low price of $7.60, came with a huge bowl of mostaccioli, 1/2 loaf of garlic bread (!!!), and a tossed salad. Wow. Yes, please!

The mostaccioli itself was pretty good. Like I mentioned before, the bowl was HUGE, and would easily be enough for two people to share. It was covered in a sweet red sauce and lots of meat sauce. Yum.

The garlic bread was unbelievable! The bread they used was similar in taste to a sweet hawaiian bread. Oh, it was like manna from heaven. Just delicious! It was so delicious and soft. I could have eaten a full loaf !

yummy garlic bread

The salad (not pictured) was your basic run of the mill salad. Not special enough to deserve its own picture, that’s for sure!

So, P’sghetti’s…I’m sorry about making fun of your name. I’ll probably still chuckle a bit whenever I hear it, but you’ve earned my respect. Delicious, delicious food. And FANTASTIC bread. I’ll be back.

March 22, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , ,


  1. Yay! I’m glad you liked an old high school hang out of mine. 🙂 That’s definitely a SoCo institution right there, lady!

    Comment by Katie Mez Luner | March 22, 2010 | Reply

  2. Hey, I like your Blog too 🙂

    Comment by briensaw | March 23, 2010 | Reply

  3. Hurray for your blog!

    Comment by Andy | March 23, 2010 | Reply

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